Fujian secures 426 projects at 2020 Digital China Summit
Visitors look at a drone on display during a Digital China expo held in Fuzhou, East China's Fujian province, on Oct 12, 2020. [Photo by Hu Meidong/chinadaily.com.cn]
Fujian secured 426 projects worth 331.6 billion yuan ($49.6 billion) at the Third Digital China Summit held in Fuzhou, capital of Fujian province, from Oct 12 to 14.
The projects involve artificial intelligence, 5G, industrial internet, and blockchain. They are expected to accelerate Fujian's industrial digitization and digital industrialization processes.
This year's event was jointly organized by the Cyberspace Administration of China, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and the Fujian Provincial People's Government.
The event occupies an area of 56,000 square meters and was attended by 257 enterprises, which showcased the latest digital and information technology.
The Xiamen-based Yealink, a global brand that specializes in video conferencing, voice communications, and collaboration solutions, promoted its newest solutions at the event, including emergency scheduling and intelligent governance.
In addition, the NDRC published more than 100 application scenarios for the digital economy and launched an action plan to help micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises achieve digital transformation.
This year's event featured both a physical and online venue and was viewed online by more than 1 million people over the course of three days.